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Gift of The, DEUMC BOARD The NEUME 1932 Published by THE SENIOR CLASS NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS FREDERICK S. CONVERSE Our Dean, who invariably shows sympa- thetic understanding toward the student and gives unfailing inspiration to all who come in contact with him, we, the class of 1932, affectionately dedicate this Neume, our Yearbook. FOREWORD With the hope that it may serve you as a record of lasting friendships, hours of pleasure, and days of service and toil, and reflect the spirit of an institution whose future bids fair to exceed the promise of its past . . . the Neume Board presents this publication. CONTENTS VIEWS FACULTY NEUME STAFF SENIORS JUNIORS COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES ORCHESTRA DRAMATICS FRATERNITIES CALENDAR HUMOR ADVERTISEMENTS The New England Conservatory of Music Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees Edwin P. Brown President George B. Cortelyou Charles G. Bancroft Vice Presidents H. Wendell Endk ott J Wallace Goodrich Director Channing H. Cox Treasurer Ralph L. Flanders General Manager Joseph Balch Charles A. Ellis Frederick S. Converse Walter H. Langshaw John R. Macomber Directory Commiltee Edwin P. Brown President of the Board of Trustees Wallace Goodrich Director Ralph L. Flanders General Manager Frederick S. Converse Dean of Facnlti Faculty Council Wallace Goodrich Director William L. AVhitney Frederick S. Converse Francis Findlay Arthur Foote Clifton J. Furness 12 RALPH L. FLANDERS General Manager We are most fortunate to have as our business counselor, a man so well e(j nipped with such far-seeing judgment as our General Manager. ELIZABETH C. ALLEN Secretary A charming woman in a position which requires much tact and diplomacy always friendly and willing to help those who come to her for advice. 1 H E N E U M E 1 !) 2 This statue of Beethoven, by Thomas Crawford, was cast in [Munich. It was first exhibited at a Beethoven music festival concert which was given on the anni- versary of the composer ' s death, March 26, 1855. The statue was presented to the Boston Music Hall Association in 1863. In 1899 it was moved to the Boston Public Library where it remained until 1903. At that time it was loaned to the New Eng- land Conservatory. It stands in the lobby of the Huntington Avenue entrance where hundreds of students pay homage at its feet. 18 FACULTY 1 ) . ' 5 2 T HE N i: TT M 1 : Faculty TiMOTHEE AdAMOWSKI Anna Stovall-Lothian EsTELLE T. Andrews Carl Ludwig Marie Audet Margaret Mason MiNOT A. Beal Joseph Malkin George Boettcher Vincent Mariotti Anna Bottero Carl M( Kixley Richard Burgin Mary L. Moore Julius Chaloff John D. Murray Louis Cornell Raymond Orr Frederick S. Converse Carl Peirce Stella B. Crane Ernest Perrin x rthur M. Curry BoAz Filler Floyd B. Dean F. Addison Porter Lucy Dean Roland Reasoner Alfred DeVoto Harry Redman Charles Dennee Eustace B. Rice Clara Ellis NORINE ROBARDS Emily Ellis RULON ROBISON Oliver Faust Jacob Raichman Paul Federowski Frank Russell Francis Fi ndlay Elizabeth Samuel Kurt Fischer ZuLA DoANE Sanders Arthur Foote Jesus Maria Sanroma Georges Fourel Sullivan A. Sargent Clifton J. Furness Clarence B. Shirley Heinrich Gerhard Donald Smith George Gibson Warren Storey Smith Clayton D. (jilbert Albert W. Snow Howard Coding Alice Huston Stevens Henry Goodrich Richard Stevens Vaughn Hamilton Virginia Stickney Einaar Hansen Francis L. Strickland Homer C. Humphrey AuGUSTO Vannini Percy F. Hunt C. Howard Walker Harrison Kellar Frank S. Watson Douglas Kenney F. Morse Wemple Louis Kloepfel Alice M. Whitehouse Max 0. KuNZE Harry E. Whittemore Marcel Lannoye William L. Whitney Georges Laurent Myron Whitney Clement Lenom Susan Williams Frederick F. Lincoln William A. C. Zerffi Bernard Zighiera 21 T HE X E : I E 1 9 3 2 19 3 2 THE NEUME AlfredDeVoto CharlesDennee Clara CI U ' 5 Arthur Fbote Georg[e Gibson ClaYtonD. Gilbert 23 THE NEUME 1 9 3 2 19 3 2 T HE N E IT M E Anna SLothion Vincent Man ' otti Morofaret riason Clary L. Moore ti Carl PeiVce Joseph Ma! Kin John D. Murray Ernest Perrin T H E X E M E 1 9 , ' 3 2 1 9 3 2 THE NEUME Clarence Shirle) Donald Smith WarrenStoreySmith Albert Sno w RicKard Stevens Francis StricKjand Au ustoVanm ' ni FranKU atson morse Uyemple •27 THE NEIME 19 3 2 T n E X E V M 29 THE NEUME 1 9 8 i T HEX E T ' M E 1 }) . ' 5 2 32 1 ) .S 2 T II K X K V M E THE XEUME 1 9 3 2 Arthur Soderman Bursar Martha Perkins Registrar Eathe l J. FiNLEY Assistant Registrar Mary Alden Thayer Librarian Dorothy Kendall Secretary to the Director Margaret Palmer Secretary to the Dean Gene Flipsey Secretary to the General Manager Henry W. Driscoll Manager of the Music Store George L. Gardner Curator of Organs and Pianoforte John McLean Superintendent of the Building Edward R. Berry .... Assistant Superintendent of the Building Ralph J. King Manager of the Dormitories 34 1 9 3 2 r II K X E TM K 3 2. 37 ' 1 ' II K K r M !•: 1 !) ; j 2 Har dret Walsh Secretary Jo h n Lyorvs Tyedsurer 38 Candidates for Diploma as of March , 1932 ELIZABETH ALBEE ADAMS Holliston Massachusetts Pianoforte under Charles F. Dennee GABRIELE ACCARDI North Cambridge Massachusetts Violin under Timothee Adamowski PETER AIELLO East Boston Massacluisetts Violin under Jolin Murray K r F ELEANOR DAVIS AXDERSOX IJrockton Massachusetts ()r(jan under Homer ( ' . II inn j)tirei i: Ai 39 MARY an(;kia anxicchiark o Concord New Hampshire Pianoforte under Richard Steren.s M n E War l.-ii V.m Pli()t )fn " iiplii ' Maiiafier (if Nki me GERRISH ALBERT Dorchester Massachusetts Violin under Harrison Kellur ESTHER ASHER Portland Maine Pianoforte under Alfred DeVoto A I Sergeant-at-Arnis 19. ' 51-. ' { ' M( TORI A AZ A (X)RI AX Medford Massachusett. ' ' Pianoforte under Alfred DeVoto 40 19 3 2 T U E X E V M E MARY BARTLETTE Sunapee New Hampshire Pianoforte under Richard Sferens- Secretary of Junior Class A X Q Recording Secretary A X Q Corresponding Secretary 19:5 2 A XQ Warden lOS ' i FRANCES BASSETT Hyannis Massachusetts Pianoforte under Alfred DeVoto PRISCILLA A. BEDELL Woodsville New Hampshire Pianoforte under Richard Sferen.s Conservatory dnh S. FA YE BICKFORD Augusta Maine Pianoforte under Alfred DeVoto Editor-in-Ciiief of Conservatory Cliit) Treasurer 1929-:5()-:!l Conservatory Clui) President 19:i 2 Ring Committee Junior Class Social Committee Senior Class Executive Committee 41 VIR(;iMA BIXLER Medford Massachusetts Piauoforle under Louis Cornell MARION IRENE BLI MEXTHAL Portland Maine Pianoforte under Howard Godimj Elson Cluh Secretary 1930-31 Klson ( liil) Vice President 1931-3 2 DOROTHY V. BRAC ' KETT Rangley Maine Pianoforte under Frank Watson Conservatory Club Junior Class Finance Comniittee ARLIXE COHEN Xewton Massachusetts Pianoforte under Jesus Maria Sanromd Klsdii Chih Corresponding Secretary li)3 ' -2 1 ) 3 2 T II K X E T : I K WILLIAM COOK New Bedfortl Massachusetts Pianoforte under Charles Dennee AGNES I. ( ORFIELD Weedsport New York Public School M iisir under Francis Findlai ALBERT N. CUZNER Brookline Massachusetts Organ under Albert Snow MARY DABBS Shubuta Mississippi Pianoforte under Anna Storall-Loth ian AX LI Historian li);i()-;U A X O Trt-asmcr i):U- ' .) 43 DOHOTIIV HOSK Dk.MAKIA Woodland California Pianoforte under Richard Sterens M l K ( " orrt ' spondiiiK Secretary 19. ' ?l-:{4 Sul)S(ripti )n Manager Neime JimUir ( " lass Social Committee Senior Class Eveciitive Committee VERONA DIRK K Atlantic Massach n set t s Pianoforte under Richard Steren.i X A I Uecor.iinfj Secretary l9. ' {l-S-2 ELSIE BI RTOX EAGLES Quincv Massachusetts Organ under Homer H um phreij 1 A I RI TH CARYL EXDERS Cohasset Massach uset t s Pianoforte under Richard Stereus ( " oiiscrvalorv Cliil) STERLIX(J EVAXS D u r ycca Pe i iii sy 1 - ;i n i a PiiiNoforfi ' Kiidcr Jloinird (lodifn RUTH FRANK Roxbury Massachusetts Pianoforte under Alfred DeVolo Klson Cliil) S.M-rclury !!•;! ' JOSEPHINE GAMBOXE Canton Ohio Pidiioforfe under Alfred DeVofo FLOREX( E PRESTOX (IIRSOX Boston Massachusetts Pianoforfe under (ieonje (Hl .s-an M I K ( ' onscrvM lory ( ' luh 45 JESSIK AHDELl. (ill.LK.AN Worcester Massachusetts Pianoforte under Eu.itace li. Rice HELEN LOUSE (ilLLIS Brockton Massachusetts Pianoforte under Richard Stevens M I E ( " oiisei vatory f ' lul) Junior Class Social Coniiiiittee LOUISE D. GOLDFORB Dorchester [Massachusetts Pianoforte under Alfred DeVoto Elson Clul) JACQT E LEAH GOODMAX Jersey Shore Pennsylvania Pianoforte under Richard Stevens M t E Recording Secretary .Junior Class Social Committee Junior Class Vice President Senior Class Kxecutive Committee Assistant Subscription Manager of Nei me JOHN (iRUHER Arlington Massachusetts Pianoforte under Hoirard (ioditKj M A Siiifoiiiii Assistant Kclitor Nkhmk Publie School Music under Francis Findlai I M A Sinfoiiia M A Recording SecrctMiy InterlVateniity Coiiiicil Rinf Coiiimittfc ARTHUR PAUL HAU( K Norwood Massachusetts GLADYS HEATHC OCK Lowell Massachusetts Pianoforte under Louis Cornell VIVLW HODC.E Boston ] Lissachusetts Pianoforte under Kurt Fischer T II K KIM K 1 !) :! ' 2 HKLKX KKKR Klizaheth New Jersey Piihlic School Music under Francis Findlai EVAX(iKIJM-: LkBLAXC a 1 1 1 1 a rn .M a ssach u set t s I ' idiioforte under F. Addison Porter JOHN M. LYONS North Weymouth Massachusetts Public School Music under Francis Findlai Junior Class Treasurer 1 980-3 1 Junior Class Executive Committee Senior Class Treasurer 19;}1-:J ' 2 Senior Class Kxeoutive Committee Business Manager «»f Xei me MART?: JANET MADIGAN Hopkinton MHSsaohusetts Pianoforte under Frank S. Watson 48 19 3 2 I ' 11 K N K r M K YOLAXDA MAFFEI Revere Massachusett.s Pianoforte inidcr Alfred DeVoto DOROTHY MANX Jamaica Plain Massachusetts Violin under I ' aiii lin Hamilton Coiiserviitorv ( ' liih " (v I ' Tosidciit 1!):{ " 2 HELEN KATHERINE MELOY Port Royal Pennsylvania Pianoforte under Mr. Klahre and Jesus Maria Sanromd (iRACE MH.LER 1 )orcIiester Massachusetts Pianoforte under Iloirard Coding Conservalory Clul) LI 49 PHISCILLA MORNEAl I r Portland Maine I ' uice under .Hire Hu.sUm Steienx M ! ' K HITH XEWIIOrSE Kuna Idaho Violin under Harrison Kellar MARY L. XORTOX Bedford Indiana Voice under Alice Huston Stevens M E ROSALYXD ( EC ILIA ORAIXI Worcester Massachusetts Pianoforte under Charles Dennee REXATO .lOSKPII PACINI I ' tica New ork Violin under Mr. .Idainoirski and Harrison Kcllar K V 11 " Chaplain 19;{()-. ' il K r I ' Treasurer 1!):! !-:{ ' Assistant Suhscrii)ti iii Manager of Ni;i mi; ( " LEMEXTIXA PALHCA Somerville Mass achusetts Pianoforte under Alfred DeVoto HHOXA PERKIXS Arlington Massachusetts Public School Music under Francis Findlaij A LI ( ' ()nvsi)i)n,|in-; Secretary l!):!0-:il A X ) IVc i,l,-T,i Junior ( " hiN- ( iiluc Coinniittee Senior Class ice President Senior Class Kxeeutive Committee Interfraternity Coimeil 19:51-;5 ' -2 EVELVX I ' OSTOX Martinsville Indiana Pianoforte under Richard Sferens A I Viee President S AI Chaplain 1 WI-:J ' 2 51 MAH(;n-:RITK MI IR ITTXAM Westfield Massacluisetts Pianoforte under Je.sus Maria Sanroinu (■(.iisorvatory Club S« ' rctar.v 19:{()-:JI Junior Class Soc ial C ' onimillce AKNOI.I) HI( II Bradley Maine Pianoforte under Geonje Gibson JOSEPH THEODORE RI( HARDS Somerset HerniiHia Pianoforte under Frank S. Watson EIJZARETII RAM, ROBERTS Eastman (ieorgia Pianoforte under Richard Stevens A X LI Lyre Editor 1 S-iO-SO A X Q Vice President l!Wl-:5i2 A X n President UYM Inlerfraternity (Oiincil WILLIAM RIIODKS Boston Massacluisc ' tts Coin posit inn under ]V(irrcn Sforc) Sinitli LILLIAN ROOD Dallas Pennsylvania Pianoforte under J ulins Chaloff KUNKSTIXL HOYDKN R A.X 1! s I c - . I a ssa cl ui se 1 1 s Pianoforte under Alfred )el ' oto 1 ' A 1 CoMscrviilory Chil) Kxccitivc Hoard A.lvcilisiiiK Maiiaucr of mk MADKLIXK SAI5KL ( ' arnl)ri(l ic ' Massacliusctts Voice under Alice I u.ston Sterens ( LARA SEHAFINHI.LI (juincy Massachusetts Pianoforte under Frank S. Waixon JOHN WARRKN SUKLDON I5atli Maine Voice under William L. ll ' liitnei 1 M A KATHARINE SIP:RER C h am bersberg Pen ii s y 1 - a n i ;v Organ under Homer Humplirei A X Q Recordin-; Secretarv li). ' Jl-:i-2 A X Q Chaplain 1932 Interfraternity Council 19:il-. ' 5 ' 2 EVERETT HENRY SITTARI) Williniansett Massachusetts Onjun under Albert Snon- Junior Class Treasurer Temporary Junior Class President Junior Class Chairman Executive and Social Committee Senior Class President and Chairman of Kxecutive Committee Kx Officio of Xei mk 54 DOROTHY MAE SMITH Liheral Kansas Pianoforte under Anna St ovull- Lothian MARY WILMA SMITH Worcester Massachusetts ()r( an under Homer Hninplirey Conservatory ( liil) ( harlp:s starxs Lexington Kentucky Violin under Titnothee Adamowski M A Assistant Kdilor of Nkimk HARRIETT NANCY TANNER Cambridge Massachusetts Pianoforte under Cliarles Dennee 55 KLIZAHKTU WII.COX THORI ' K -Mystic ( oiiiiecticut Orndii under I oiiirr II inn threi A I Treasurer liWI-.i ' i ELIZABETH WAKEFIELD West Hartford ( oimecticut Violin under Vaiiijlin Haniilfon MARGARET L RY WALSH Xortli Attleboro Lissachusetts Public School Mu.s-ic under Francis Findhu) Conservatory Cluh Executive Board 19. ' il-. ' i-2 Junior Class Executive Committee Senior Class Secretary Senior Class Executive Committee Assistant Photography Manager of Xki mi-; lO. ' i HELEN GRAC E WH SOX Seattle Washington Voice under Clarence B. Sliirlei Al Social Chairman 19. ' 50-. ' 51 S A I President 1981-33 Junior Class Committee for Organization r II i; Kl roX MvNAKI) in s(. Fanniii toii Xew I hnnpsliire Piduofortc itiidcr Loin ' s Conirll 0 A K MA( V AlM ' LbrrON Hrocktoii Massacliiist ' tts I ' oicc under William I,. W ' liil icj IDKLLA ( HOW Portland Oref oii Piatiofortc iiiidrr Richard Stcrrns JENNIE :MARIE COLEMAN Indianapolis Indiana Pianoforte under Frank S. ll ' af.son (lERTRl DE ESTEELA HOLMES Hiuffliarn Massaclnisett I ' ianoforte under Ifoirard (iodinij MARIAN LOriSE KIN(; ( " oncord New Ilainpshire Pianoforte under Alfred DeVoto T H K i: r M K 1 !) :i SELMA HT RWnZ Hrookline Massachusetts Voice under Km ill Klli.s WAI TST EX LEE Shanghai China Pianoforte under Anna Stoiall-Lotliian FREDERICK W. FI TXAM LEWIS Minot North Dakota Pianoforte under .Irtliur Foote DOROTHY ZUXG LIAXG Penang Straits Settlements Pianoforte under Je.tus Maria Sanroind LEUETTA GERTRUDE MOSELEY Everett Massachusetts Pianoforte under Eustace B. Rice MARY LILLL X SMITH New Haven Connecticut Pianoforte under Richard Stevens ELIZABETH WEEMS Shubuta Mississippi Pianoforte under Anna Sforall-Lothian 58 1 ) ' -2 r II K K r M K r II i; i: r m i Junior Class — 1932-1933 Klizauetii Adams AlK K (iHAY IIaUHISON Ak ID Andkrhon Dorothy Fran( es Hu;(;i s SiiiRLKY Ha(;i f:y Dorothy Hcse MARdAKKT HaII.KY Ca.mille Ireland (iK()R(iK StANLKV IJkANK Leo Toi ' Ia Jaakkoi.a Ma IDA Hkckktt Frances Lve Kaiiarl Priscilla Bickxkll Ri TH Chew Kim ViROINIA BiRCHALL Constance Kin(; ( " llARLOTTK HlAIR PiiiLU ' Kravitz I ' llll.II ' liLANCIIKTTK L ry Lanican Dorothy Hi.ois Elizaheth Lewis K KLINE BrEAI ' LT Lillian Loftman AlDA ( P0NI{;R(J Barbara AL rcy Mildred Cavicciii Elena L zzarell() Frances Chisiioi m Yvonne Messier Dorothy Clark ] L R( : A R et M I D D LET( j n ViR(iiNiA Clay Clare Morse Dorothy Corhin Alice Morton Kessie Cotton Della Nelson Charlotte Da ' ies Doris I ' a(;e Ali ' honse DeCrescentis Edward Riccio MiLA DkJimenez Harriet Rosenberc; Fran( i:s De.min(; L H(;AKET Hoctt liKON Dl NNELL ■ | 1)... ... AlANl EL Kl BIN Bertha Kdelstein Anna Sadowski Mary Edwards Agnes Santry Elsie Elian- (Iloria Scahill Kenneth ElLSON Edna Sieuel Martha Fisher Katherine Sierer Helen (Jamans Fannie Merle Smith Alexander Geli ' e Lena Smith (Iladys (Ileason Altiieia Sneirson Lillian (ioi LETTE Olive Spankjl Hi TH (Ireen Elizabeth Sto n e m a n Joseph (Ireenherc; John Watterson Minnie (Iri ber MeR I WlIITCO.Mli Blanche Hamilton LxRTiiA Wilson Mary Hammond Carol Woli e Lillian Perron v.H Wri(;ht IsAHELI E VaRMALOVK II ' |- II K K r M K 1 !) - A Brief History It was in November of 1931, a few weeks after seventy-nine human beings had successfully survived the entrance examinations, that the Junior Class came into real existence and not long after became formally organized. Two things were not forgotten in regard to that first meeting; first was the gratitude the Juniors felt toward Dean Converse whose sensible, fatherly advice gave us the right beginning; and second, the everlasting memory of our expressions as we began to realize our examinations were actually passed. To most of the class it was as though they were .seeing the light for the first time and were dazed by the newness of it. Thus we made our shy entrance. But shyness cea.sed; action began; dues were collected; and we felt stronger. A Junior party came a few weeks later, one Monday night in Brown Hall, and faithful Johnny Devlin and his " three " " offered us music. Bridge games were playetl in the foyer and the supper, given downstairs at eleven o ' clock, was much appreciated by every person! Our chaperons, Mrs. Sawyer and Mrs. Skinner, seemed to enjoy the whole party. This assembling taught us to know each other better (although some members had no interest in coming at all) but it made us realize how .soon bigger responsi- bilities would appear. We are now fully organized with efficient officers and we have a ring committee which is choosing our rings but we still need the loyalty of all our members to make ourselves a class to be remembered with pride — for memory lives long after us I . . . Lest we forget I C4 65 T U K X K I ' M K 1 !) ' 2 Collegiate Department Back- Row: DiBlasio, Pratt, Brightman, Faulder, Alexik. Fuller, Bobhitt. Front Row: Masten, Montgomery, Morgan, Sturm, Kaplan. Abruzzese. The high standard of re()Viirement.s set by the Conservatory, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Music or of Bachelor of School Music, allows only an out- standing few to obtain this mark of distinction and achievement. Not only does the range of studies develop in the student a conver.sant knowledge of his own particular field, but it permits of a well-rounded academic education as well. Requirements for the degree include an individual recital, a performance with orchestra. Faculty Cotmcil examinations, or a thesis. Those who complete the course satisfactorily, whether as .soloist, compo.ser, or teacher, have had an honor conferred upon them which testifies to an unusual musical ability and intellectual excellence. U(i 1 !» ;{ 2 I II K N !•: iM i; Candidates for the Degree Bachelor of Music WITH ( ONCKNTKATION IN OKCiAN HoWLAM) II aI-I ' I ' K.NNV DoW KI.I, Mc N kH, W rni ( ONCKNTHATION IN IM ANOFOK TK FkANK Ai.KXIK Mll.DRKl) I lN(i ' l (K T MoHCAN WITH COXCEXTRATIOX IX VOICH M. I(;ki-. iax WITH ( OXCFATRATIOX IX VIOl.IX I ' lKKlNO DlIil.ASK) WITH COXCEXTUATIOX IX M I SK OLOCV Aktih H Ancii: Li tiikk Ki i.lkk Adkmmc Hki(;iitma Lorisi; Mastkn May Fai ij)i;k HHVAxSTrKM Candidates for the Degree Bachelor of School Music Mi iiAKi, Ahki Z K.SK David Kaplan- Anna HoHlilTT H()I5KKT MoNTCOM KKV Edwin rnATT 07 T H E X K I M K 1 !) 15 ' 2 A Word to the Wise Musical education is in process of transformation. The day is past when a musician could succeed by being merely a good musician. Mental competition in all fields is more keen and active than ever before. This is an age when mental as well as artistic efficiency is not only a desidercitinn, but a .line f ito non. The universally recognized stamp of intellectual accomplishment is a college degree. The right to affix certain talismanic letters to the signature is the one invariable pre-retjuisite to every desirable position. The degrees Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science are accepted everywhere as the earnest of a certain specific academic attainment. But even more than this is necessary to the thorough training of an expert in a professional field. Just as a physician secure his M.D. and an atto rney his legal degree before entering his practice, .so a musician .should prepare him.self for the richest future possible by securing the degree Bachelor of Music at as early a stage in his career as possible. In the common currency of academic attainment which forms the ba.sis of evaluation under present day .schola.stic .standards, the degree Bachelor of Music is of more specific value to the practitioner of theoretical and applied music than is any other degree. The New England Con.servatory offers the degree Bachelor of Music for a course of study which requires approximately two years in musical and academic subjects after the diploma is awarded for musical accomplishment. It is therefore the equivalent of a Master ' s degree in any other field, since it represents practically two years of graduate work, and is a more comprehensive degree than either the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. It is my hope that many of the present graduating class may return to the Conservatory to secure the further equipment in sound musicianship and academic training which is offered in our Collegiate Department, leading to the ultimate acquirement of a degree. 1 !) Alumni Association Mr. Humphrey OFFIC ERS Charles Dennee. William Burbank Susan Williams , Alfred DeVoto . Homer Humphrey William L. Gray Grace May Stutsman Georce Dunham rrcsidoit First Vice President Second Vice President Treasnrer Financial Secretarij Recording Secrefari ( ' orrespond iiuj Secretari Auditor The ()l)ject ol ' this association is to perpetuate and intensify in its inenihers their fidelity to their Alma Mater, and to hind them to ?ether in a spirit of true friendship and mutual helpfulness; to assist worthy students hv the estahlishnient of a loan fund, free scholarships and prizes; to aid in the endowment of professorships when these helps shall become practicable; to assist one another; and to further the cause of true art. 71 ' 1 H K K r M K 1 !» 1 Conservatory Club 4 ' ?| O n n n Barh ;o»-.- (iihson. PalimT. Bloise. Bri(ii;linm. Beckett. Beaton. Front Row: Freeman. Walsli. Lindhladh. Bickford. Rvan. CWxlek, (iillis. OFFICERS Fave kforu Dorothy Manx RfTH LiXDBLADH Mabf:l Auistix Dorothy ( " lark President Vice President Secretary ( ' orrespondinfi Secretary Treasurer Exec nt ire Board Ruth Enders Hilda Wkkex Schatz Ernestine Ryan Axiceta Shea Althougli one of the youngest organizations of our school, the Conservatory (Muh ha.s already reached a high .standard with its achievement and its various .social and .schola.stic attainment.s. Numerous function.s have been held during the of the year, which in- clude teas, formal and informal dances, the popular annual " Kapers " , and the final banquet at which the newly elected officers are welcomed for the coming year. 1 !) :5 J I II i; i: r M i; Conservatory Club ACT1 E MEMBERS M i!i;i, ArsTi.N J KAN HkaTOX Maida Hkckktt EaYK lilCKKORI) PUISCILLA BlCKXEM. DouoTiiY Bloisf. Dorothy Brash Alick Brii)(;iia.m Flora Brown- Const a N( • k ( " A HUM ) N Dorothy ( " kark Ei.iZAUKTii Dai N Ri TH Endkrs Martha Fishkr AiLi Freeman Florence Gibson IIkI.EV (ilHSON Helen Gillis Ellen (.iooEK Camille Ireland Zelma Larson RlTH LiNDHLAH Mary Alice McManni s Dorothy Mann Grace Millek Natalie Morton Arline Palmer Margi erite Fctnam Ernestine Ryan Aniceta Shea Hilda Schatz Marcaret Walsh Claire Wright ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Margaket Bahtlette Helen Cantiorhcry Anna Bvrnhs Frances Deming Helen Bennett F illeen Griffen Brisc ii.LA Bedell Dorothy ' Hkjcjens Dorothy Buackett Dorothy ]Meek Wilma Smith 7;{ I ' 11 K N K r M K 1 «) :{ 2 OFFICERS Soph IK Axcoff ] Iari()X Bumexthal RiTH Frank Arlexe Cohex Ethel Silverman- President Vice President Recording Secretary ( ' orrespon d in; Secretary Treasurer The Prison Club was founded in l ' iO for the purpose of perpetuating the name of the late Louis C. Elson, jjromoting the best in music, discussing musical problems, and furthering the musical interests of its members. A memorial in the form of a bronze bas-relief was [)resented to the Conservatory w hich can now be seen on the right wall before the entrance to Recital Hall. The i)resent Elson Club is a revival of the old enthusia.stic group with the ad- ditional objective of an annual concert by its members. Membership includes gradu- ates and students taking a complete course. 71 1 !) :5 r II !■: N K r M k Elson Club ACTIVE MEMIiKRS Soi ' lIlK A.NCOKF Sarah HARCiKR Edythf: Barr Pai link Harrikt Block Marian Bum f.nt h a l MlLDRKl) BORICHOFF Cohen Miriam Cohen Jessie Cotton Bertha P delstien Charlotte F ' ixe RiTH Frank Zelda Gerson Lillian Loftman Edith Milner Harriet Rosenberc; Sophie Sandler Jeannette Shapiro Ethel Silverman Althea Snearson Ida Weinberc; Bertha Winn Irene Golden LorisE (Joldforb Hazel Keller Esther Lapidus Anna Levine Mrs. Lot is C. Elson HOXOHARV MEMBERS Mr. Arthi r Elson Mrs. Mar(;ari:t Mason T U K N K r M K 1 !) :5 I !) ;} 2 r II !•; !■; r m i The Conservatory Orchestra Firs! Violius ;ri () DiBlasio, ( ' i)iicrrlni(ist( ' r Naomi Tuo.mulkv Rknato Pacini (j kn kvikvk tikjm i ' son ▼ iNCIONT 1 ' kTKI (■( I Kditii Stkn kxs (iKHUISlI Al.UKRT Mkuna I ' ki.letikr John Mi;TZ(iioR 1 ' kteu Aikllo Dorothy Mann Harry Kiii(MK sKY NkWM AN (ioi.DSCIIMlDT Charles Starn ' s Waltp:r B. Schkirkr Ckcklia M. Paykska Kmzamiotm Wakkfikm: Second Violins !{l TII N KWHOI SK I.Eo Jaakkola P ' rank Corsaro MkR IN WllITCOMli Violu.s- (Ikorce Hoy en Frederick Kin(; Il ' HOCRATES I ' AI ' l ' orTS. Leonard Wood Dorothy Hise JacOH Rl HINSTEIN (Jaurieue Accardi (ilOORCE MiEROOD Harry ' an Ham Loris Ri (i(;iER() Kliot I . Meeker (Iertri de Hinteian Dorothy M. Corhin John Sette KsTHER ( ' llK HESTER I ' D V1N STI NTZNER HaI.I ' H ( ' hH)INI Faith Dono an I ' loloiicrlli Charlotte Daxies Dorothy Li tz Dan Farnsworth Richard Lovewell Arthi r Pitkin AeICE HoECO.MIi Weston L. Brannen Stanley (i. Hassel Minnie A. Wass Bvrhara Whitney (iEoR(;E P. Madsen Corifrdhas-ses . (). Kl NZE, Iiisfnicinr John Barwicki Alfred Kishkis John M. Fay llarpn Flutes Christine Ri ssim LiMi F. Johnson (nh Mar.iorie Bri nton James Paim ' oi tsakis Fieeolo) 77 rilK XEFMK 1 !) . ' 5 JOSKIMI LlKATSKY Mantel Valkrio BoAZ I ' lLLER, Instructor Leslie D. Rupert Lowell Larsen Earl Clay Vinal Smith Oboes Clement Lenom, Instructor Oscar Toi rtellotte En(flisli Horn Osc ar Toi rtellotte Robert L Howe; Walter Howe Leo Solsa Clarinets XoR.NLXN Carrol Bass Clarinet Albert Kizes Bassoons Franc es Albertin Contra Bassoon Boaz Filler Horns (iEC)R(;E BcjETTC HER, Instructor Walter Macdonald Locis D. Meyers John Dolan Trumpets Bower Murphy Edward Weinstein Trombones Louis Counihax Nathan Kofman Bass Tuba Stanley G. Hassell Tijmpani Percussion Gertrude Harvey Celesta Alice Gray Harrison Pianoforte Leo Litwin Stanley G. Hassell, Librarian W. C. Bald Fritz Sc hneider Stanley (i. Hassell Jcjseph Bloom Harry R. Daniels 1 !) :! I " 11 i; i: r m i: Conservatory Chorus Tlie Consorvatorv ( liorus under tlie diroction of Wallace (ioodric-li is main- tained to train the vocal students of the school in the i)rincii)les of chorus singing, including accuracy of reading, clearness of diction and elasticity of expression. MEMBERS OF THE ( HORI S Florexck Baruikrs Priscilla Hk knkll Mary Fraxcks Hrowx Sylvia E (;strom Annie May Fai lder Irene Golden HiLDECARDE JaMES Marjorie Kelly Lillian Loftman Gladys Miller PrIS( ILI.A MORNEAI LT Natalie Morton- Mary LorisE Norton Lillian Fekuon Beatrice Royck Madeleine Sahel Aniceta Shea Bernice Spratler Mae Taylor Felicia Townsend Mabel Welsh Helen Wilson- Myrtle White Walter Berndes Eli Boi RDoN Fenton Giiarlks Harold Clarke William Harris Bev.iamin Si ' ivack Stanley Hassell Harry Hi ll XoR.MAN Kelly Harold Locan John Sheldon 1 !) :! 1 II !•: i : r m k Dramatic Recital (jiicn hi STIDKNTS OF TIIH DHAMATK DKI ' AH ' IMr.NT ( LAYTON 1). VAUmUT, Dimlor KUAXCIS KIXDI.AY, Dim-lor of Musical I ' roiirumine .lOKDAN IIAI.I., DKCKMUKU J and . , KKil ACT I " MARY, MARY Ql lTK (•ONTUAKV l?y Sr. John ( ' •. ink (■IIAKA( THUS In tlic order ol ' llu-ir ajjpearancc Mlis. CossiDiNK Louise Rlack Shkii.a, her iiieee Doris (Jilherl (Ikokfkky ' , lier son Slieridan Hell Siu HicNHY CoNsiDiNE, K.M. ( ' .(;., former (lovernor Williams Kvans Rkv. Canon 1 ' ktku Considink, M. A., lier husband Robert Currier M AKY Wkstlakk Hlsa Kvans Tasliko Mh. IIohbs, her manager Ivard Strauss .Ii:n v, a maid I ' alricia Scharton Scene: The garden of llinlon St. Henry ieara , ' e • rilK (iOOl) AM) rilK UAD " Hy I ' lm II- .liiiiNSds CII. R. ( TKRS RiAii lloLL.s ( lardiier Crane Aur.i. (ii NTKH Neil Mahouey Mlis. Kkntisu Madeline Sabel Rod Kkntisu Sheridan Hell Ji.M Kkntisu Ivard Strauss Scene: The liviuf; room of Mrs. Kentish ' s co(lai;e in a small fishini; villafif in Knijland l ' |{()l,()(;rK I ' KOM Jl NK MOON " Hy Ri (; l- i!i) KU and (iKoucK S. Kai i man ( I1ARA( TKRS FuKi) SrKVKNs Carlo An elo KuN Hakkh Thalia Ha ' on Scene: Two .seats in a parlor car between Scheueclady and New ork City 1 J) ;{ r II K K V M K " TIIK M AKKKT I ' LACir " H.illcl arraiiKCci Orcliest ra coinlucled Dances by l).v by Clayton I). (iii.iiiouT Ipi ' ()( hates Paim-outsakis Cii-ukkt I5yi(o (IIARACTKRS Thk ( " amkl 1)imvi;us by Tliemseives Tiif: Shop Kkiopkhs Klcaiior Spencer, Kiilli Austen, Hazel Keller, Alice Hridgham, Dorol ' .iy Wliecier The IJKGCiAHS Hert Kelsey, I vanl Strauss The Phi n cess Dorothy Hearce Attendants to the I ' pincess Kdith Peterson, Inez Peterson Pala (juin Heakeks Larry Parr, Henry Syer Ladies of the Nobility Mary Hartiett, Lillian Stone, Frances Hammond, Zabelle Sarkisian, Julia Seager The Camph Frank Scimone The Captain- Sylvester Fragela The Snake CiiAnMER Kay Smith The Jugglek Jack Villett The Caliph ' s BonY(;UAnD: (iardner Crane Theodore Evans Carroll Jmld Kdfiar Heal Carlo Angelo Evans Stanwood Harry Hull Sherry Hell The Cymbal Daxceks: Dorothy Johnson Angelica Carahillo Patricia Scharton Velina Nelson Aili Freeman Lillian (iardner Natalie Granton Eu ;enia Newman Two Nobles Neil Ldlone , Samuel Peck Scene: A street in a Persian city Assistant in ])roduclion, Ivard Strauss Scenery and i)r()pert les )y Louis H. (ialanis Costumes 1). ' the Harden Costume Company Lif hting untier the i)ersonal direction of Monroe Pevear MUSICAL PROGRAMME Stanley G. Hassell, Condudnr Schubert Overture to Rosamunds, Op. 27 Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 1 Hizet Entr ' acte from Carmen SiHELUJ.s Valse Triste Gillet Entr ' acte Gavotte Loin du Hal Dvorak Slavonic Dance No. 3 85 86 1 ) 15 2 Interfraternity Council Back Row. ILi ' .ick, Lewis, Rupert, Devlin Front Row: I ' ratt, IJoherts, Hymn, Perron, Taylor OFFICERS (MIJiKRT HVHON ( ' lid I nil It II Alpha ( ' III Oiiictid EuzAiiKTH Rohkrts Kappa Gaiiiiiia -John I)k m Kl lZAHCTH LkWIS Mil Phi Epsiloii — Mae Taylor Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoiiia Lksliio Ri i ' icrt Frax( Ks Pratt Artmi r Haick Slifiiia Alpha lota- IIkijc.v Wilson Lillian Pkrron Tlie Ititerrratcrnity Council, t ' ormorly known as ihv " Hellenic Society " , coinprises two representatives of each of the five fraternities and sororities of the New Enghuui Conserv atory of ] [u.sic. This organization has us its objects the promotion, through cooperation and affiliation, of closer friendship among the members of all (ireek-letter societies in the school; the fostering of a spirit of mutual helpfulness; the advancement of graduate and under-graduate interests, and the furthering of fraternity scholarships. The Interfraternity Council aims to he of the greatest possible aid to Alma Mater. S!) T H K N K r M E 1 ! . ' 5 ' 2 Alpha Chi Omega Barh Row: Dal.hs. Bearce. Blair. Perkins. Sierer. Pennock. Front Row: Nelson. Holmes. Birchall. RoV.erts, Lewis. Edwards. Bartlett. Alpha C " hi Omega fraternity, a member of the National Pan-Hellenic f ', e.stablished Zeta Chapter at the Con.servatory in 1895. Although Alpha Chi is not founded .strictly on a mu.sical basi.s, much stre.s.« i.s put on thi.s art. Among its members are many contributors to the mu.sical world. Five of Zeta ' s ranks have been winners of the Mason and Hamlin pianoforte con- test. Ruth Culbertson, who won the Walter Xannberg award in 1980 has given piano recitals in Bo.ston and Xew York. Martha Baird, a of international repute, has given frequent concerts privately and also as with some of the leading .symphony orchestras in America. The Durrell String Quartet of which Josephine Durrell and Mildred Ridley are members has also obtained wide recog- nition in the musical field. 90 1 !) . ' 5 2 T II K K r M K Alpha Chi Omega ElIZAUETH I{f)IiEIiTS Ki.izABKTii Lewis El.IZAIiETll KoWAIiDS ' lU(:l. IA niHCIIAI.l, Elizabeth Holmes Mauy Phiscilla Uahtlett Della i()la Xels(j KaTHEIUNE SlEHEIi . Alice Pennock President Vice President ( ' orrcspnuding Siecrefar) Rernrding Secrerari Treasurer Warden Uislorian ( ' ltd plain Li re Editor Mary Priscilla Hahtlett ' IR(;IMA UlRCIIALL Charlotte Hlair Muriel Blkt Mary Dabbs Elizabeth Edwards Elizabeth Holmes -Mrs. H. H. a. Hev.h AIme. Teresa Cahexo Mme. AIarie Decca Mme. Helen Hopekirk MAR(iARET Ul ' TH EN- LaXG Mauy Howe Lavin Mrs. Edward MacDowell Mme. Adele Acs Ohe Alummie Mrs. R. J. Dr.NKLE ACTIVE ] •:- 5ERs HONORARY H ' .MHER.S Elizabeth Lewis DkLI.A ' K(IL Xelsov Alice Pennock Perkins Elizabeth Roberts Katiierine Sierer Dohothv Woodiu ry LM■D Powell Mme. .Ii i.ia Hi e-Kin(; Mhs M m,v . Sable XKA1,I. StE ENS . nTOIN ETTE SziMOWSKA . dela ' eh e ALme. Ellen Yaw Fanxie Bloo-meield-Zeislek Prorinee President Mrs. W. Harold D. l(;liesh 91 ' I ' H E N !•: r M i : 1 ) :5 -2 Kappa Gamma Psi Back Row: Walters, Petrucci, Pappoutsakis, O ' Hearne, Prangoulis, Stuntzner, Moore, Slominski, Piillo. Aiello. Ferraro. Thir.l Roir: Meeker, Mark. Smith, Vaux, Bell, Chioni. Mark, Pappoutsakis. Ide, Rerry. Second ?f»r; VanHam. Pacini. Abbot. Morgan. Byron. Melzger, Mahoney. Withingfon. McKay. From Rote: Kishkis, Devlin, Tannebring, Blanchetfe. Walters, Schneider, Hoye. Kappa Gamma Fraternity was founded at the New England Conservatory of music in 191. ' } l)y a group of twelve members of the faculty. Although a young fraternity, it has grown steadily and is now a national organization with nine chap- ters in various institutions of the country. A scholarship fund, founded by Ignace J. Paderewski, awards a scholarship each year to that member of the fraternity who is most deserving and who will |)rofit most by its assistance. The aims of the fraternity are: to aid its members in a moral and material way. to encourage sincere and earnest music .study; to promote and dignify the musical I)rofe.ssion ; to establish clo.ser relations between musicians and music scliools; to work for the development of music in America. ' .H 1 J) ;} 2 T n K I-: r m k Kappa Gamma Psi OFFICKIIS (iii-HKUi ' L. HvHoN President Wk.ndki.i, Witiiin(;t() AVr.s I ' ice Prexideni Sidney Ahhot . . Second Vice Prexideni Renato Pacini Treaxiirer Neil Maiionev Corresponding Secretari John Metzgeu . . Recording Hecretary Hahold Clahk Ass islanl Recording Scrrelari Harry Van Ham . . . Srniennl-al-.irms Fritz Schneider ... Clmplain Vincent Morgan . .. Historian Ralph L. Flanders 1 Frank Watson Trustees John Devlin J ACTI E MEMBERS S. Abbot P. Eerkaho E. Meeker F. Schneider P. AiELLo F. FiNDi.EY J. Metz(;e!{ ' . Smith K. Hell R. Halfpenny I{. Moouk E. Sti ntzner P. Hi anchette S. Hassel ' . Moncw l{. Twnebrinc (;. IJyhon T. Hoye H. MriiiMn H. an Ham R. Chioni C. Ide I{. P. ( INI R. X ' aux H. Clark L. J. . kkoi. J. Pappocthakis E. Walters R. Conant a. Kishkis I. Pappoitsakis p. Walters L. Cornell N. Mahoney . Petuccci W. Within(;ton E. CosdiiovE A. Mark H. Pranc.oulis J. Yeo J Devlin M. Mark I?. Pullo ASSOCIATE Nn;. n?ERs E. R. Hehuy D. p. Kenney J. D. Mi rray R. Stevens Vi. L. (Iahdnf.h L. F. Kloepfel F. A. Porter A. Snow (;. L. (mbson M. O. Kcnze J. Sanro.m. ' v I ' . S. W. tson C. D. (Jii.bert R. McKay C. H. Shirley H. S. Wilder J. Wagner HONORARY MENHIERS Harold H. t eh (Ieorcje S. Eastman Philip Hale Leo U. Lewis Pablo Casals Ralph L. Flanders Acjide Jacchia Ign ace J.Paderewski Philip Clapp Ossip Gabhilowitsch Fritz Kkeisleh W. U. Spai lding W ' m. L. Whitney I ll K K I ' M K Mu Phi Epsilon Hack R(ur: Masteri. Morrissey, Monicault. Hewell. Aniiiwiiiarico. Sccniul Row: Harrison. Baglcy. (Jillis, (iill. Whitman, Spratler, Gibson. Front Rnv: Prior, DeMaria, Miller, Taylor, .Vusten, Cioodman, Pratt. Mil Phi Epsilon was founded in 1903 at the Metropolitan College of Music. Cincinnati. Ohio. Heta Chapter was installefl in 190. ' } at the Xew England Conserva- tory of Music, Boston. Mass. At present. Mu Phi F psilon includes fifty-eight active chaj)ters and twenty-si. .Vlumnae Clubs. It is a national honorary musical sorority, restricting its membership to those who fulfill the ref|uirements of character, high . ' ■cholastic attainment, and outstanding |)ublic performance in the musical field. The objects of the .sorority are to aid in the advancement of music in America, to develoj) a true si.sterhood with unswerving loyalty to Alma Mater. A Benefit Scholarship Fund and Chapter Scholarship Funds for members in need of assistance in i)ur.suing their musical education, are maintained with the aim of stimulating endeavor. Mu Phi Epsilon boasts of many outstanding musicians among whom are Susan William.s, and Betty Travis Bhenke from Beta Chapter. Susan Williams made her debut in a pianoforte recital in Xew York, December Mrs. Bhenke, after study- ing with Mr. Charles Dennee of the Con.servatory, spent two years of .study in Berlin with Schnabel, and gave a recital in t he Meistercall in that city on February 24. 1931. 1 !) :5 T II K K CM K Mak Tavi.ou Kl.KANOK MiLl.KH jA((irK (ioODMAN DoHoTiiv DioMauia HlTII ArsTKV ' iii(;iMA I ' moii Hauhaka Whitman Kmii.v Ellis iMauy Ruth Mathkws AnG ELA A N N ICCH I A KICO I ' rmidiiil I ' ire I ' re.iiflcnl IlirordiiKj SriTClari ( ' orrcspoiid in; SrcrcKiri Treasurer Ilisloriaii Secrelari Clm plain Chorisler Warden .tin ACTIVK Mi;MnHI{ AN(ii;LA A M ( rnAUico lit ' Til ACSTKN SllIKLKV BA(iLKY DoHOTHv DeMakl Emily Ellis Anna Ewell FlOUENCE (ilB.SO.V XoKA (iiLL Mrs. Clauence Heaslkv Mils. Mauel Adams Hewktt Mus. (Jektri de Tnipp Conneu Mh.s. Alkuei) F. Foote Mhs. Ciiakles Glastek Mrs. Wallace Goodrich Miss Izetta Holway Mrs. Percy Hunt Miss Marie John.son- IIklk.n (hllis Jacqce (jOODMAX Alice (jray Harhiso.s Masten " Mary Ruth Mathews Eleanor ]Milleh Patricia Morneai lt PATROXESSE: Mahv Mohkisskv Makv Louise .Xouton Elizaheth Moon Pinkh Frances Pratt ' ii«iiNiA I ' riou Hernice Si ' ratleu NLvE ' I ' aylou HaRHARA WlllTMAM Mus. .Ikan LkFuanc Mus. Hll.DEOAUDK Ll M N(i.SI()N .Mrs. James . . Mover Mrs. Charles Overlandeu .Mrs. (ieohoe Owen Mhs. Alfred Juj ian Row an Miss Gladys Thorxdike Miss Helen True Mrs. Arthur H. Wells r II i: x K r M k 1 !» Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Had; lion: Hull, Demeritl, Stainvood, Starns, Doell, Los aii. Harvard Front Row: Tourlellotte, Hauck, Dean, Rupert, Bauguss, Schwab In 1S!)S there was founded at the New Enghmd Conservatory of Music an organization known as the Sinfonia Club. Incorporated in 1901 as the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America, it has since expanded to include fifty-two chapters. Having as its purpose the advancement of music in America. Sinfonia has .striven to encourage its members to greater efforts by the awarding of scholarships and prizes. To increase the familiarity of its members with American music each chapter offers an annual concert of American compositions. In addition to this there are presented each year informal concerts of various works, and members are urged to contribute to the })ublic concerts and recitals of the school. The fraternity also afforfls an opportunity for recreation by its numerous social events. There are smokers, impromptu gatherings, and dances run in collaboration with other fraterni- ties. One of the most popular of these functions is the weekly luncheon, to which are invited the men .students of the Conservatory. Am 1 :5 Lkslie D. Rupert John W. S heldon Aktulu IIai ck Harold Schwab Oscar Tourtellotte Harry Hill Randolph Salmon . Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia OI-FICKRS Pn-si lent Vice Prc idt ' tu RiTonliny Secrclarn ( ' orrv-iimudinti Scrrrlari Hi.slorian Librarian Warden Pall Hai ;i ,ss Edgar Heale Willlvm H. Cook Jose DaCo.sta Raymond B. Demeritt Dan Farnsworth WiLLL M T. Evans Aubrey (Joqding ACTIVE MKNHIKHS John F. (Iri bek Arthur P. Hauck Donald W. Havward William G. Hill Walter G. Howe Harry S. Hull Harold Logan Lowell Larsen John S. Richardson Leslie D. Rupert Randolph J. Salmon- Walter B. Scheiker Harold Schwab John W. Sheldon E ANs Stanwood Charles Starns Oscar Tourteli.otte George Chadwick Wallace (ioodrich MiNOT A. Beale David S. Blanpied Frederick S. Converse Arthitr M. Curry ' Charles Dennee Alfred DeVoto Floyd B. Dean Samuel F ndicott Oliver C. Faust Arthur Foote Hi; . Wm. E. Gardiner Dereaxe(I FACULTY (Honorary Members) Heinrich Gebhard Howard Goding Vaughn Hamilton Percy F. Hunt Homer Humphrey Clayton Johns Clement Lenom David Blair McCloskev Carl McKinley Raymond Our Carl Peirce Ri LON Robison Frederick Lincoln Henry Goodrich Roland Reasoner Harry X. Redman Raymond C. Robinson Herbert Ringwell Eustace B. Rice P ' rank V. Russell Sullivan A. Sargent Frederick TRowBRiixiE AUGUSTO Vannini Morse Wemple Arthur Soderman Warren Storey Smith William E. Zeuck T 11 K N K r M i: 1 !» :! 2 Pi Kappa Lambda Fi.ovi) H. Dkan ( " lk.mext Lenom Alkred UeVoto XOHIXE RoBAHDS Ma HIE AUDET Peh v F. Hunt Prexideiit I ' iir Prexident Treasurer Secretary Council Council Pi Kappa Lainlula. lioiionii y iiiiisical society, was fouiided at the ScIuk)! of Music of Xorthweslern I niversity at Evanston, Illinois, in 1919. Iota Chapter wa.s installed at the New F n ?land Conservatory in 1938. Pi Kappa Lambda is a musical society corresponding to Phi Beta Kappa. Possession of its key is evidence of superior musicianship and accomplishment. " This society is established to provide an organ- ization dedicated to the furtherance of musical education — Its prime object is the encouragement of eminent achievement in performance or original composition. To that end, special emphasis is placetl 4ipon the maintenan -e of a -urriculum .so designed as to insure the utmost development in the applied l)ran -hes of the art. " Outstanding members of the upper fourth of the graduating, and faculty members of five years standing are eligible for membership. Iota ChaiJfer l)oasts such names in .American music as George W. Chadwick. Frederick S. Converse. . rthur Foote, Wallace (;oodrich, Stuart Ma.son and many other distinguished faculty members and successful iiiunuii. 08 1 !) :5 T ir K K r M ! •: Dorothy Eastman Allen (iKUTHt ' DK I ' hBAN AlLEN SoiMiiK An(;ofk I ' ' HA K Asl ' KU Mauion Rkvnolds Atwooi) MaHIE Al DET Mahion Bacon Rt Til Bailey KLYN ToZIER BaNCKOKT I ' l.oKENrE Barnes Hi TM Bampton Ai. M(A (iisTAi ' ox Bean 1{k e Behle Mahian Ui TiiN Beumw I)a ii) S. ' iki) Blanch Bowden (Jehtki i)E Brailey (Jrace Brown Lacra Brown H. Lawrence Capon (Jp;()rc;e W. Chauwick Rachel Andem Chase Mildred Clemons Charlotte Cohen M RY Louise Coltrani: |{ertha Connehs I ' liKDERH K S. Conv erse Lki.and a. Coon Loi ' is J. Cornell Mae Cotton Lsahelle Crockfori) M HY HoBsoN Crow Mildred Abbott Ci rrier Flovd B. Dean Cmahles Dennee Ali ' rei) De ' oto PiKRINO DiBlASIO ILvRRY Dickson Charles H. Doersam Rita Bow ers Dows Mildred Vinton Drew Lsahelle Lynch Kdw ards Kmilv Kllis Francis Findlav Ai.TA Freeman L RV FlsniilRNK (iENE FlIPSEY Artiii r F( ote Li ke L (Iaskell ArcusTA Gentsch B I : R N A DETTE G Ki f E R E Wallace GoonRicii Ri TH F. Cove l) Pi Kappa Lambd Leon A (Jriswold Nicholas D. (Ji alillo Alice L Hamlet ' elma Harden Alice B. Harvey (Jertri de Har ey George Hathaway Homer C. Hi mpiirey I ' ercy E. Hi nt Klma Igelman (J enevieve Costello Jacob Theresa Dolce James L RjoRiE Johnston Klsbeth Jones Wendell M. Jones Dean McMi rray Kaipep Virginia Kimball Constance KiN(i Mildred Kinc; Dorothy Knacss Thomas Walter Lander Amelia La ino EsTMEK Lapidi s Florence Leach Russell Lee Clemont Lenom Mildred Le inson Frederick F. Lincoln Rl ' TH LoBAl ' GH Eleanor Lockwood Clifford Loomis Susan Williams Lois Luther Howard Lyman Marine Palmer McCloskey Stanlie MacCormack Margaret Mason Stuart Mason Mary Cliford Maxwell Mrs. Robert McKay ' era Melone Eleanor Miller Gladys Miller Edith Milner Maurice Mlnard LUCILE MoNACJHAN Ford Mont(;omkry Elizabeth SIoon I ' inkiivm Ralph L. Moore F ' arl p. Mor(;am Thomas Moss Mary Herman Mott Ha el B. Multeh Irene Cameron Zung L iUE O ' CoNNELL MuRRAY Pauline Xemser Marion Newell I ' aullne Newington Edward O ' Hearne Bertha Olsen Carl Peirce (Jladys Pitcher Eleanor Cleaver Phillips Elizabeth Prince Laura H. Porter F. Addison I ' orter RION Leach I ' i lsiker Pearl Warner Putnvm Ri Tii Radfohii C. RoLAM) Rlasoner Eleanor I{iulet EusT cE B. Rice John Richardson Myrtle Richardson ' iNA Richardson XoHlNi; RoBARDS L miu;rt Roscoe Anna Stvnier Rutledge Raymond H. Saciise Rosalie Saunders Bertha Schaber Minnie Wolk Siegel Clarence B. Shirley Stanley Slominski F ' rances Smith Melba Smith Dorothy George Snow- Nellie Snow- Sarah Oakes Stout Eleanor Taylor James Taylor Mae Taylor Naomi Trombley James Flmer AUGUSTO Vannini John Vincent Helen Walburn ALvRioN Warfield Eleanor Wallace Daisy Webb I ' . Morse Wemple Emma Rempler Whitehouse Barbara Whitman Olive Wilbur Ralph E. Williamson L HGARET WiTIIERSTINE WiLHEMiNA Cotton Wylde !)!) T II K N K I ' M K 1 !) :5 ' 2 Sigma Alpha Iota Back Row: Townseiid, Beckett, Wolle. Liitz, Davies. YoiiiiK. Hreault, (iiguere. Second Rnv: Eagles, Caviccchi, Carabillo, Perron, Russum, Anderson, Drummond, Middleton, Ryan. Froni Row: Thorpe, Hougliton, Sutherland, Wilson, Foston, Uurick, Greer, Faulder. Sigma Alpha Iota. National Musical Fraternity for women, was founded in 1903 at the University School of Music of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan. Lambda Chapter, formerly Phi Mu (iamma, was installed in Sigma Alpha Iota in June 191.5 at the N ew England Conservatory of Music. Sigma Alpha Iota is a member of the National Professional Panhellenic Associ- ation. The aims of this fraternity are: " To form bodies of representative women who shall by their influence and musical interest uphold the highest ideal-s of a musical education; to raise the .standards of productive musical work among the women .students of colleges, con.servatories and universities; to further the development of music in America and in the development of a stronger bond of musical and understanding between foreign countries and America; to give moral and material aid to its members; to promote and dignify the musical profession; to de- elop loyalty to the Alma Mater. " 10(1 1 J) :5 ' i I II K !•: r M i«: Sigma Alpha Iota Helen Wilson CoRINE Sl THEHLVNI) Elizabeth Thohpe Verona Dukick KaTIIEIUNE ' 0()IiIlEE: Evelyn Po.ston Ruth (Jheer Evelyn Holuhton EsTHEU Ash EH Mai hk k Ames Eleanor Anderson Esther Asher Maida Beckett Eveline Hreault Angela Carabillo Mildred ( ' avicchi Mrs. Bernice Eisher-Bi tleh Mrs. Ethel Cave-Cole Mr.s. Dldley Fitts ACTIVE MEMBERS ClIAUI.OTTE DvMES DoHOTllV Dm MMOND May Eai ldei! .Ieanette (Jku ere Dorothy Hkkmns Dorothy Li tz Margaret Middleton President i ' ire Presi lenI Treasurer Recori 1 III Secret iiry ( ' orresj oiiiliiii Serretiiri Clmplmn Editor Alumnae Secretary Serijeanl-al-Arnis . lice Morton Lillian Perron Christine Russem Ernestine Ryan Felicia Townsend Carol Wolfe Eleanor Young CHAPTER HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. . lvan T. Fuller Mme. Emma Robekt.s- Longhead Mme. Esther Ferrabini-Jacchia Mme. Motte-Lacroix NATIONAL HONORARY ME ?ER Merle . lcock Florence . ustral lucrezia bori Ina Bouhskaya Clara Butt Julia Claussen Florence Easton Oli Fremstad . melita (;alli-Ci i{( DlSOLINA (JiANNINI Frieda Hempel Myr Hess Louise Homer Dexrascd Maria Jehitza Caroline Lazzaui Florence Ma heth Mana-Zkca Edith Mason Mai«;i i:uiti-; Matze: Li ELLA Mei.iis YoLANDA MeRO ClIHISTINK MiLLEH Enrika Morini May Mukle Claudia Muzzio Ellv Ney SicRii) Onegin KnsA Uaisa I ; LIZA H E 1 1 1 R ETH BERG CoiiiiiNio Rideu-Kelsey Julie Rive-Kinc; (Iertri de Ross Ol(;a Samaroi e Marcella Semhuich Janet Si ' encek (iERTRI DE MaY StEIN Harriet Ware FLORENCE Hinkle Withkrspoon Fannie Bloomfield I ' II K i: r M K 1 !) :5 i Calendar 1931-1932 Ski ' TKMHKK 10 Registration for first semester opens. 17 Academic year begins. .SO Organization of the Conservatory Orcliestra. ()( ToiiKR 1 Sigma Alpha Iota tea for new students. ;} First Saturday Recital. 8 14 Examinations for admission to Junior ( ' hiss. If) Advanced Students Recital. ' ■28 Interfraternity Formal. ) KMHKR . ' First Thursday Recital. 1 ' 2 14 Midse.ssion e.vaminations. V.i Concert hy the Conservatory Orchestra. 11 Armistice Day. Holiday. 18 Advanced Students Recital. " 20 Formal Dance given hy Mu Phi Fpsilon and Sigma .Vl|)ha lota. " 24 Phi Ka|)pa Lambda oj)en meeting. 27 Organ Recital by Rowland Halfj)enny. 2(1 Thanksgiving Day. Holiday. I)k( KMHKR 4 .J Recital by Dramatic Department. 11 Formal dance given by Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Gamma Psi. 11 Concert by the Conservatory Orchestra. 14 Mu Phi Epsilon open meeting. 1. Pianoforte recital by Ford Montgomery. 18 Concert by the Fn.semble 2a TO Jan. ;} Christmas Vacation. J A M ARV 12 Flute recital by Ral[)li Johnson. 1.3 Advanced Students recital. 18-23 Midyear Examinations. •20 Concert by Harrison Kellar and Jesiis M. Sanroma. 22 Reception for Mr. and Mrs. Wallace (loodricli l)y Alumni .Vssoci- ation. 2; Registration for Second semester opens. 2.3 Junior Class Party. 27 Chand)er Concert. 1 ) . ' 5 2 I ' 11 K K I ' M K Fkhki aky ' i I ' iaiiot ' ortc Hec-itJil t)y Frank S. Alexick. 4 Organ Recital by Advanced .stndents. 4 Second semester l)ef ins. !) Int ' ornial dance given l)y Conservatory ( " lul). 1( I ' ianoi ' orte Hecilal liy .lolin (Iruher. 17 Chaniher Concert. ' i i Washington ' s Birthday. Holiday. i ' i I ' ianoi ' orte Recital by Harl)ara Whitman. ' -24 Candlelight Concert and dance hy Sint ' onia. ■2!) Concert hy I ' i Kappa Famhda. Mahcii " 2 Chamber Concert. 1 1 Advance l Stndents Recital. 1. ) Klson Clnb Concert. 1() Chamber Mnsic Concert. 17 Organ Recital by Advanced Stndents. IS Concert by Con.servatory Orchestra. IS Formal Dance given by Dormitories. 21 I ' ianoi ' orte Recital by Mary Morrissey. 22 ' iolin iU-cital by I ' anl liaugnss. 2S Intertratcrnity Hall. 2!) J ' ianoforte Recital by Mildred King. . ' 50 Chamber Mnsic Concert. Ai ' Rii, Pianoforte Recital by ' erona Dnrick. i;5 Recital gixcn by William Cook, I ' anl Rangnss, Walter Schicrer and Harold Schwab. 13 Kon Klnb Kapers. l, ' 5-l(i Midsession Fxaminations. 15 Organ Recital by Kk anor Taylor and Margaret Avedo ich. 19 Memorial Concert gi en by Kappa (iamma Psi. 20 Organ Recital by Dovvell McNeil. 21 Sint ' onia Follies. 22 Concert by Conservatory Orchestra. 22 Mason and Hamlin jjianot ' orte comjjetition. 2. -) Vignettes of 1!):52 by Mn Phi Ki)sil()n. 28 ' iolin Recital by Naomi Trombly. 29 Concert by Brass Fnsemble Class. lo:! r n K K r M i: 1 !) . " , 2 May :5 Or ' ai. Recital l)y Rali)li Wildes. 4 llarj) Recital hy Marjorie Hruiiton. Sigma Alpha Iota Pops. 10 11 Ivxaniinations in Normal Department. 1!) " 24 Senior P ' inal Examinations. " 28 Pianoforte Recital In- Normal Department. . ' 50 Memorial Day. Holiday. J I m; ' 2 Last Thursday Recital. 4 Saturday Recital. 1(5 Senior Class Concert. 17 Day. 20 Annual Reunion of .Mumni Association. •21 Commencement. Class Contest Mosi Popular Girl . Mont Popular Bo) . Most Scholarhj Girl Most Scholarljf Boij Most Attradire Personaliiji, Girl Most Attract ire Pcrsonalitjf, Poij Best-lookiiuj Girl Best -look- in (J Boi Most Wittji Girl Most Witt] Boil Busiest Girl . Busiest Boy Most Modest Girl Most Modest Boil Best-dressed Girl Best-dressed Boi) VvA, Walsh Everett Sittard Gladys Heathcock Jame.s Taylor RnoNA Perkins Arnold Rich Helen (iiLLis John Sheldon- Helen Kerr Elton Yoi ng Angela Annicchiarko John Lyons Jessie Ardelle Gilligan Charles Starns Olive Appleton John Gri ber 104. r II 1-: N K r m k 1 !) 2 Conservatory Athletics 15y achieving an overwhelming number of victories the various teams of the Conservatory have left a record that will make the year 1931-J5-2 long remembered in the annals of our school athletics. Commencing in the fall with an eleven whose prowess became a by-word throughout the country, continuing with basketball and hockey teams which were unquestionably outstanding in the history of Conserva- tory athletics, and closing with crew activities and an absolutely undefeated base- ball nine, we have attained an athletic renown the like of which has never been known before. Previous to the opening of school in the fall, speculation was rife as to who would fill the position of line coach for the football team. This speculation was soon dispelled by the appointment of " Frenchie " to the post: the announcement of his acceptance was hailed not only with satisfaction but also with genuine rejoicing. " Frenchie ' s " ability with five lines is ])roverl)ial and the season proved that his reputation was backed by an unusual knowledge of his business. He introduced a method of line shifts that amazed the spectators and absolutely baffled opponents. " Frenchie " " modestly disclaimed inventing the system, saying that although it was virtually unknown here it was commonly used in European schools where it is known as the Do-clef method of transposition. In any event the system met with magnificent success allowing the backfield, coached as usual by our Athletic Director, to crash through for long gains. The backfield was esp ecially good this year, being comprised entirely of percussion l)layers noted for their ability to crash through anything. The results of the en- counters are now history, and it will uncjuestionably be a long time before our time- honored chief adversary Emerson recovers from the shock of her crushing defeat on Thanksgiving day. Space does not permit of a detailed account of the events of the basketball and hockey seasons. The quintet under Coach Ferocious, relatively a newcomer to the coaching staft " , developed an ensemble which pro ed the despair of all opponents and, increasing in a tremendous crescendo of victories, culminated in the utter rout of International Correspondence School to the tune of i-Z-O. Again the hockey aspirants were coached by the member of our faculty famed for his dramatic method of de- veloping a team noted for its poise and grace not to mention its superb diction, pantomime and gesture. Comedy by the Conservatory aggregation proved tragedy to oj)ponents and the resounding defeat of Alexander Hamilton Institute in two overtime periods provided the climax of the season. Crew was a new activity this year for the Conservatory and was added at the urgent request of the " old grads. " Because of the current depression it was felt at first that the school could not afford a coach for this sport. The insi-stence of the alumni and the lack of funds involved the authorities in a dilemma to which there 10(i 1 !) ;{ 2 T H E X K V M ] ' ] was a|)i)arently no solution. However, liearinj of the difficulty, the youn i Apollo oi " our school came forward to relieve the situation modestly asserting that he had formerly stroked the crew at Wellesley and was thus eminently (|ualified to coach the sport. Kciuipment was obtained and the first season of this shell game was at auspicious if not too decidedly victorious. Ha.sehall was another example of Conservatory prowess in athletics and as al- ready mentioned, this year ' s team was absolutely undefeated. The coach, Mr. Knglish, demonstrated to the public .school music .students that by varying only one vowel, their favorite pastime of throwing the bull could be changed to throwing the ball. 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